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In the CE workshop, students will be split into a few groups and they will brainstorm ideas with other international students from different universities and cultural backgrounds.


Professional lectures are provided by our enthusiastic professors. After this two-week course, students will absorb new knowledge and present what they have learned in the final symposium.




● Chinese Language Class



Beginner and Intermediate Chinese language classes will be offered to participating students based on their levels of Chinese Language understanding. 

In class, we provide not only interactive lectures, but also interesting activities to learn Chinese such as ordering drinks at local restaurants.  It’s the best chance to start a conversation in Chinese and connect with friendly local people.



● Culture Class



Students will learn about Taiwanese culture through a variety of culture-based activities such as seal carving, traditional food cooking, Chinese paintings and opera make-up. 

Take the seal-carving class, for example, where students will obtain a basic knowledge of the way Chinese characters were created and make their own Chinese name stamps on soft stones.



● Field Trips & Company/Factory Visit



The CE workshop has since last year cooperated with TaiSugar which is one of the largest company in the agriculture industry in Taiwan. Students will learn how CE ideas have been practiced in the real world during their visit in its factory.

In addition, Tainan also supports a host of factories. Within the program, students will have the chance to visit them and obtain deeper insights of Taiwanese business and industries.




● City Tours



On the weekends, city tours will be arranged for students to help create unforgettable memories.

Tainan, which is the oldest city in Taiwan, is famous for its temples, historic buildings and delicious cuisine. It’s the best place to explore for both stomach and soul.

In addition, there are only three spots for a Mud SPA in the world. Guanziling Hot Springs in Tainan is one of them and is famous for its mud-properties which will leave the skin feeling soft and smooth. Thus, it’s also regarded as a natural source of beauty treatment.


Kaohsiung, the second-largest city in Taiwan, preserves rich aboriginal Hakka culture and combines it with local tourism. Through hands-on activities provided in the tour, students will get to know Taiwanese history and culture better.

Lsatly, Taiwan, as an island surrounded by oceans, makes it a paradise for water sports and snorkeling. Let’s jump into the cool water during such a hot summer period to discover amazing sea life and creatures with friends from all over the world!